Brecks articles on Wikipedia
Brecks
This article is about the Rotherham suburb. For The brecks, the landscape region, see Breckland. Brecks is a suburb of Rotherham in South Yorkshire, England
Apr 1st 2017



Louisville (NFL)
Louisville Breckenridges (or Brecks for short) from 1921 to 1924 and the Louisville Colonels in 1926. The NFL intended for the Brecks to be a traveling team
Dec 22nd 2016



1923 Louisville Brecks season
The-1923The 1923 Brecks Louisville Brecks season was their third season in the league and final season as the Brecks. The team failed to improve on their previous output
Feb 19th 2016



1922 Louisville Brecks season
The-1922The 1922 Louisville Brecks season was their second season in the league. The team improved on their previous output of 0–2, winning one game. They finished
Feb 19th 2016



Breck
Breck may refer to: A popular Swiss name, von Breck. Daniel Breck (1788 – 1871), Kentucky banker, politician, and judge Helena Breck - British actress
Oct 25th 2015



1921 Louisville Brecks season
The-1921The 1921 Louisville Brecks season was their inaugural season in the National Football League. The team finished 0–2 against league teams, and tied for
Nov 15th 2015



Breck Shampoo
Breck-ShampooBreck Shampoo is an American brand of shampoo that is also known for its Breck-GirlsBreck Girls advertising campaign. In 1930 Dr. John H. Breck, Sr. (June 5, 1877 –
Nov 7th 2016



Peter Breck
Breck Peter Breck (March 13, 1929 – February 6, 2012) was an American character actor of stage, television, and film. The rugged, dark-haired Breck played
Apr 18th 2017



Breck School
Breck School is an independent college-preparatory preK–12 school in Golden Valley, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. It was founded in 1886 and is
Mar 15th 2017



Jonathan Breck
Breck Jonathan Raymond Breck (born February 17, 1965) is an American actor. Beginning his career as a stage actor, Breck is most successful for playing the
Feb 19th 2017



USS Breck (DD-283)
Breck USS Breck (DD-283) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. She was named for Breck Joseph Berry Breck. Breck was launched
Jan 20th 2016



Samuel Breck
Samuel-BreckSamuel-BreckSamuel Breck may refer to: Samuel-BreckSamuel-BreckSamuel Breck (general) (1834–1918), Adjutant General of the U.S. Army Samuel-BreckSamuel-BreckSamuel Breck (politician) (1771–1862), member of the U
Mar 6th 2012



Breckland
about landscape. For district, see Breckland (district). Breckland (or The Brecks) as a landscape region is an unusual natural habitat of England. It comprises
Dec 13th 2016



Breck Road railway station
Breck Road railway station was a station located on the Canada Dock Branch to the north of Townsend Lane between Anfield and Clubmoor, Liverpool, England
Apr 14th 2017



John Breck
Breck John Breck may refer to: John M. Breck, mayor of Portland, Oregon, 1861–62 John Leslie Breck (1860–1899), American artist
Dec 20th 2015



Alan Breck Stewart
Alan Breck Stewart (Gaelic: Ailean Breac Stiubhart; c. 1711 – c. 1791) was a Scottish soldier and Jacobite. He was also a central figure in a murder case
Oct 21st 2016



Julia Breck
Julia Breck (born 22 August 1941) was born in Newport, Isle of Wight. She is a British actress and "glamour stooge". She is married to Alexander (Sandy)
Mar 31st 2017



Murder of Breck Bednar
Bednar Breck Bednar was a 14 year old boy who was murdered on 17 February 2014 in a flat at Rosebey Lane in Grays, Essex, England. Bednar was a student at
Feb 18th 2017



Joseph Breck
Smithsonian Institution Libraries. The Flower-Garden; Or, Breck's Book Of Flowers by Joseph Breck, ChestOfBooks.com. http://brecks.com/ Retail Site
Apr 24th 2016



Breck's
Breck’s is a mail order gardening company and importer of Dutch flower bulbs. Based in Guilford, Indiana, and Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands, Breck’s was
Apr 9th 2017



Breck Eisner
Breckenridge">Michael Breckenridge "Breck" Eisner (born December 24, 1970) is an American television and film director. Eisner was born Breckenridge">Michael Breckenridge Eisner
Mar 28th 2017



Samuel Breck (politician)
Samuel-BreckSamuel-BreckSamuel Breck (general). Samuel-BreckSamuel-BreckSamuel Breck (July 17, 1771 – August 31, 1862) was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania. Samuel-BreckSamuel-BreckSamuel Breck (brother
Oct 10th 2016



James Lloyd Breck
Breck Lloyd Breck (June 27, 1818 – April 2, 1876) was a priest, educator and missionary of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America. Breck is commemorated
Apr 18th 2017



James Breck Perkins
people named James Perkins, see James Perkins (disambiguation). James Breck Perkins (November 4, 1847 – March 11, 1910) was an American historian, a
Apr 15th 2017



Breck Park Stadium
Breck Park Stadium was a greyhound racing stadium in Liverpool. Breck Park would become the first of four greyhound stadiums in the city of Liverpool;
Oct 28th 2016



Daniel Breck
Breck (February 12, 1788 – February 4, 1871) was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Kentucky. Daniel Breck (brother of Samuel Breck)
Mar 27th 2017



John Leslie Breck
John Leslie Breck (1859 - 1899) was an American artist who died at the age of 39. During his short life he painted a number of notable works, and is credited
Oct 7th 2016



Holly Breck
Holly Breck (born May 27, 1992) is an American professional racing cyclist who rides for TWENTY16Ridebiker. List of 2016 UCI Women's Teams and riders
Oct 14th 2016



Breck's Mill Area
Breck's Mill Area, also known as Breck's Mill Area-Henry Clay Village Historic District, is a national historic district located along Brandywine Creek
Nov 24th 2016



Samuel Breck (general)
For the Pennsylvania Congressman, see Samuel Breck (politician). Samuel Breck (February 25, 1834 – February 23, 1918) was an officer in the United States
Feb 12th 2017



Joseph Breck (curator)
For the businessman, see Joseph Breck. Joseph Breck (1885–1933) was an American curator and museum director. Over the course of his career, he served
Jun 9th 2016



Joseph Berry Breck
Breck Joseph Berry Breck (July 12, 1828 – July 26, 1865) was an officer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. Breck was born in Maine,
Feb 12th 2017



John M. Breck
John Malcolm Breck (April 9, 1828 – February 21, 1900) was a businessman in Portland, Oregon, United States, who served as mayor of Portland from 1861
May 10th 2016



Hubert Wiggs
coach who played offensive lineman for three seasons for the Louisville Brecks. He played college football for the Vanderbilt Commodores where he was a
May 25th 2016



Henry Lewis (American football)
was an American football guard who played one season with the Louisville Brecks of the American Professional Football Association. "H. LEWIS". profootballarchives
Dec 15th 2016



Helena Breck
Helena Breck is a British actor, known for playing Elizabeth Willmott-Brown in the BBC soap opera EastEnders, and as the voice of NCR self-service checkout
Feb 9th 2016



John Quast
1900 – August 9, 1966) was an American football end for the Louisville Brecks of the Football-League">National Football League. John Quast at Pro-Football-Reference.com
Mar 7th 2017



Freddy Breck
Freddy Breck (Gerhard Brecker; 21 January 1942, in Sonneberg, Thuringia – 17 December 2008, in Rottach-Egern, Upper Bavaria) was a German schlager singer
Sep 19th 2016



Austin Brucklacher
an American football guard who played three seasons with the Louisville Brecks of the National Football League. His name is sometimes misspelled as "Brunklacher"
Oct 21st 2016



Joseph Breck (disambiguation)
Joseph Breck may refer to: Joseph Breck (1794–1873), notable Massachusetts businessman and gardener. Joseph Breck (curator) (1885-1933), assistant director
Jun 21st 2014



Wilfred Smith (American football)
seasons in the National Football League with the Muncie Flyers, Louisville Brecks, Chicago Cardinals and Hammond Pros. Smith played college football at DePauw
Dec 15th 2016



Breck Bowden
Breckenridge">William Breckenridge "Breck" Bowden is an American environmental scientist, currently the Robert and Genevieve Patrick Professor of Watershed Science
Mar 27th 2017



Bob Karch
League. He played for the Columbus Panhandles (1922) and the Louisville Brecks (1923). He played college football at the Ohio State University. He was
Mar 27th 2017



Rotherham Interchange
Yorkshire, Stagecoach Yorkshire, Stagecoach East Midlands, TM Travel, Powells, Brecks International Buses run from the bus station around Rotherham and as far
Apr 6th 2017



Jim Kendrick
Football League (NFL) with the Toledo Maroons, Canton Bulldogs, Louisville Brecks, Chicago Bears, Hammond Pros, Buffalo Bisons, Rochester Jeffersons, Rock
Apr 8th 2017



Bo Otto
player. He was born in Louisville, Kentucky. He played for the Louisville Brecks 1922–1923. He played the center, guard, and tackle positions on the football
Sep 27th 2016



Adolphe Bridge
Adolphe-BridgeAdolphe Bridge (LuxembourgishLuxembourgish: Adolphe-BreckBreck, French: Pont Adolphe, German: Adolphe-Brücke) is an arch bridge in Luxembourg-CityLuxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg
Jan 18th 2017



Stonebridge, Norfolk
district of Breckland.[1] ^ Ordnance Survey (1999). Map-229">OS Explorer Map 229 - Thetford in the Brecks. ISBN 0-319-21861-9. Map sources for Stonebridge, Norfolk
Apr 3rd 2017



John Breck (Doyle) Actor
John Breck (John Doyle) was a Scottish actor, of Irish-Italian parentage, born in Glasgow on 24 December 1953. His parents were Clara Zanotti Doyle and
Mar 1st 2017



Sturston, Norfolk
Breckland.[3] ^ Ordnance Survey (1999). OS Explorer Map 229 - Thetford in the Brecks. ISBN 0-319-21861-9. ^ Rootsweb.com (1998–2006). Ghost Towns/Deserted Villages
Apr 3rd 2017





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